Posted by on February 20, 2002 at 11:27:20:
I found he webcast very interesting and helpful, but it certainly was lengthy. High-leaded coffee was essential to last it out and, judging from our audience, it didn't always work
during the after-lunch session (at least for our region).
I realize the presentation is being provided to many different types of person, but a great deal was obvious in the manual.
I did think that, on the whole, the talk was practical and, appropriately, did not dwell too greatly on aspects outside the the initial response (including recognition
of signs and symptoms).
The case presentations were extremely instructive (Hollywood-watch out!).
I would echo that a videotape of the webcast would be a helpful reouce for redistributing major features of the program. In my case, I would cut out parts to
include in the class that we have been having for the past 3 years for 2nd-year medical students (2 hours) concentrating mainly on biological agents.
Professor of Microbiology and Immunology
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